A robot traces paths being walked at this Bakery Square Bridge intervention
To evoke thought on the potential effects artificial intelligence can have in the domain on pet-owner relationships in the future.
I made a prop for the CMU RPGA's on-campus LARP system.
The hilt is build for a LARP boffer utilizing a 1/4" double fiberglass core. Additionally, it's an exploration into resin casting and cold casting.
A critical view on Facebook's policy for making data immortal.
Foam swords used for Live Action RolePlaying have handles that are usually just tape wrapped around their core. This is fine with 1/2" or 3/4" PVC, which isn't uncomfortable to hold, but when using 1/4" thick fiberglass core there needs to be something added.
Drinking a fountain soda never looked more pompous
These household lights remind one to pause and reflect
My project aides LARPers. It allows them to hold more foam throwing daggers, since having just one limits how many times you can throw them. If you could hold, say, 12, that means you can spend more time having fun throwing these daggers and less time searching for the only one you have.